Pharmacy integrates the art and science of the preparation and standardization of drugs. An interdisciplinary field that connects the health sciences with the chemical sciences, it has a wide scope spanning the cultivation of medicinal plants, synthesis of chemical compounds of medicinal value, and analysis of medicinal agents.
Central University College Entry Requirements
Senior Secondary School Certiﬁcate Examination (SSSCE):
6 passes with aggregate 24 or better and including 3 core subjects: English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science; and 3 Elective subjects including Biology, Chemistry,
Physics and Mathematics. All passes should be grade D (SSSCE) or better.
West African Senior Secondary School Certiﬁcate Examination (WASSCE):
6 passes with aggregate 36 or better and including 3 core subjects: English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science; and 3 Elective subjects including Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics. All courses should be grade C6 (WASSCE) or better.
Credits in 5 subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics and 3 ‘A’ Level passes in Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics.
Applicants must be at least 25 years with Science background – Chemistry, Biology and either Physics or elective Mathematics- and must pass an examination conducted by the University. Such applicants must be holders of Bachelor of Science related degrees. (e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Human Biology) or HND (Dispensing Technology/Laboratory Technology. Any application that comes without the above named qualiﬁcations will however be evaluated on its own merits.
Additional Information on Pharmacy: By a directive of the Pharmacy Council, the B. Pharm Programme may be upgraded to a 6-year Pharm D (Doctor of Pharmacy Programme) mid-stream.
Central University College Contact Details
Central University, Miotso near Dawhenya.
Off the Accra – Aflao Road.
P O Box 2305 Tema or P.O BOX DS 2310 Dansoman , Accra- Ghana -West Africa
Admissions: +233 0307 020540 | +233 0303 318583
Main: +233 0303 318580 | 030 7020545 (Miotso) | +233 0302 313185 (Mataheko) | +233 0302 396189 (Kumasi)
Whatsapp: +233 023 331 3180